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Part 2 of 2 episodes DJ Rekha’s favorite tracks. This show focuses on less electronic selections in the Bhangra segment and a mostly hip-hop variety in the beyond portion of the show.
Part 1 of 2 episodes DJ Rekha’s favorite tracks. This show focuses on less electronic selections in the Bhangra segment and a most hip-hop variety in the beyond portion of the show.
Sharry Maan is on brand with his new one, Gediyaan plus Rolex Rasathy and Rebelle Perle drop fire verses on Sophia Akkara’s track Nalla Pilla. Gediyaan (feat. Mista baaz)- Sharry Maan Temple - Tracy De Sá
Amrit Maan and Deep Matta drop new tracks before year end plus choice cuts from the contest genre of the “Asian Underground” in the Beyond segment.
Brand name bhangra and dub vibes in this week’s selections, plus a teaser for an upcoming special producer episode and this 9 anniversary of the show.
The twitter banter of Jasmine Sandlas and Manni Sandhu results in a new track auto-tuned dancefloor smash, veteran feature artist Roach Killa drops a new full length album, and DJ Rekha revisits a credible iteration of a Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan/Bally Sagoo classic in the beyond segment.
In honor of Sharry Mann’s NYC concert DJ Rekha selects her favorite tracks in the Bhangra segment. Leading the beyond set with a desi hip-hop selection tracks from Dee MCs debut album plus, Seti X.
New tracks from Garry Sandhu, Jordan Sandhu, and a surprisingly credible Sharry Mann remix, plus tracks from Rashmeet Kaur’s debut and Madame Gandhi’s latest albums in the beyond segment.
The classic duo Dr. Zeus and Zora Randhawa have another smash on their hands, while the other Randhawa gets back to his roots. Plus, a new one from violin maestro Raaginder in the beyond set.
Sidhu Moose Wala and Steel Banglez finally release there long awaited collaboration, and no stranger to collaboration, Amar Sandhu teams up with Ezu plus Gully Boy Divine links with Sid Sriam on a track from his debut full length album, Kohinoor.
Lodged twice in the Bhangra set, and once in the beyond set, DJ Rekha sneaks in some throwbacks. Can you find them? Plus, new tunes from Garry Sandhu, Divine, Raja Kumari and Madras Cartel.
New G. Sidhu and Neha Kakkar, and Midival Pundits plus an array of tempos and styles this eclectic mix of old and new selections.
Bups Saggu pays tribute to the memory of Punjabi folk legend, Yamala Jatt.  Jaz and Jasmine release hard hitting slow jams, plus Srinagar rapper Ahmer, Indian Ropeman and ADF classic in the beyond set.
A surprise throwback from an ever present Bollywood producer, new senti tune from Kaur B, plus tracks from Ami Dang and the legendary Black Star Liner.
New and old track from Diljit Dosanjh, Bohemia plus Crooners Mickey Singh and Arjun drop an Afrobeat laced track. The beyond segment features inspiration and artists performing at the F Mod! Noise for Kashmir in Brooklyn on Sept 22, 2019.
DJ Rekha rounds up a credible selection of Punjabi music songs repurposed for Bollywood film soundtracks.
Celebrating the upcoming US live concert debut of Doorbeen, DJ Rekha kicks of the bhangra set with their smash hit, Lamberghini and transverses through a range of Punjabi tracks landing on a chill…
It’s all about the vibrations in Kioko reggae remix of Jaz Dhami most recent senty tune plus MPeach, Raja Kumari, and more Vibrations from Red Baraat in the beyond set.
Synthy old school bhangra gems plus rapper Ahmer and some traditional sounds from the Valley of Kashmir.
Inspired by Manni Sandhu UK Garage Style track Do Pal, DJ Rekha delves into some UK garage classics. Plus, new tracks by Anju and Uliya, and Karsh Kale in the beyond segment. Do Pal - Manni…
Tracks by Dark MC, Gurnam Bullar, plus another track from Humeysha’s EP, Nusrat on the Beach and new music from Raaginder, and Seti X.
Jenny Johal, Kaur B, plus a new track from Desi Crew in the bhangra segment. Ami Dang and Humeysha release new material in beyond set.
DJ Rekha selects a random set of songs from across the years that were once in her heavy rotation, plus a dive into the dynamic sounds of the Sri Lankan Tamil diaspora in the beyond set.
Canadian boyz Jazzy B and Harj Nagra release a new blockbuster summer jam, plus another familiar duo Zora and Dr. Zeus evoke the mid-aughts UK bhangra sound.
Garry Sandhu UK return prompts a mini set in the bhangra set plus electronic desi bass vibes with news track’s from Canada’s Desi Sub Culture new EP Donkey Kong.
New tunes with Amar Sandhu and Twinbeatz, and Juggy D with Roach Killa, and Sidhu Moose Wala.
Inspired by the line-up of this year’s 5X Fest the bhangra set include new and earlier tunes by Jaz Dhami and Mickey Singh, plus classic by one of the heading banned artist. The Beyond set features all women ciphers.
A new track from Diljit Dosanjh forthcoming movie, Shadaa, plus a different direction and awesome new musically direction for indie rock band, Awaaz Do.
Jenny Johal and Kaur B drop new tunes. Plus a diaporic cult classic by your favorite desi North American punks.
DJ Rekha continues her deep dive into the Bally’s Sagoo catalog by featuring this week’s episode on her favorite Bhangra tracks from his albums Star Crazy 2, Hanji, and the more recently Future Shock. The beyond section focuses on Sagoo’s Bollywood reworkings of Hindi film classics
DJ Rekha celebrates legendary and prolific, Bally Sagoo’s Birthday by selecting tracks from his earlier catalog personally inspired to become a DJ. Sagoo productions fused dub, hip-hop, RnB, and dance music with UK bhangra to create a fresh sound in the early 1990s that still resonates today.
Desi Crew is back with a new track from Roshan Prince, prompting throwbacks from both. Some songs get stuck in your head like the classic by Raftaar and Manj Musik, plus another selection from Rajna Swaminathan’s new album of Agency and Abstraction.
PBN is nothing if not consistent with his new track featuring Jolie. The beyond section starts dubby and end with a track from the highly recommended debut album of Rajna Swaminathan.
New Kaur B, Ranjit Bawa plus Punjabi pop sensation, Guru Randhawa, makes a worldwide collaboration. Pan African, transnational influenced musical wanderings in the beyond segment.
Housey vibes in the Beyond set with a remix of Jaz Dhami’s recent hit, plus new tracks from G. Sidhu, and Bups Saggu.
DJ Rekha revisits some top tunes from last year plus a timeless classic from Rai superstar Khaled.
New track by the JK and Tru-Skool plus West Coasters Seti X and Sid Sriram kick off the Beyond segment.
New instant classic from Gippy Grewal and Sudesh Kumari plus Jasmine Sandlas reunites with Amrit Mann for something sweet, Tigerstyle returns and some Holi songs old and very new for the beyond segment.
Miss Pooja and Diljit Dosanjh try to keep up with the musical times, but a groovy beyond set including a new track from Ibibibo Sound Machine new album.
DJ Sanj and Jay Status return plus new tracks from the Punjabi movie Guddiyan Patole, Deep Matta and Toronto hip-hop set inspired Noyz’s new release from his album Lo-Fi Glory.
DJ Rekha selects her favorite Jaz Dhami tracks for the Picesian’s birthday, while intentionally skipping some obvious choices
Like father like son? Gitaz Bindrakhia redoes one of his father’s icon hits, plus new tracks from Manni Sandhu, Bups Saggu and a bit of international reggae via Kenya and Surinam
Compare and contrast 3 iterations of the timeless classic Gur Nal Ishq plus new tracks from Kohinoorgasm, Saraswati Jones, and Micropixies forthcoming album in the beyond segment.
Gurj Sidhu follows up his track Adha Pind with another bhanger. They beyond set is highlights the current state of India based hip-hop featuring tracks from recent Bollywood movies.
DJ Sanj’s reworking of a classic plus new track by NYC Deep Matta. DJ Rekha remembers Zimbawian musician Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi in the beyond set.
Jasmine Sandlas goes tropical bass in her first track of 2019, plus Rootsmen, and Jordan’s 47 Soul
New tracks from Diljit Dosanjh, Jazzy B, Jenny Johal. Bollywood can’t stop making remakes, and some of them are actually good!
Tracks that almost made the best of last week, plus fav Bollywood tracks of 2018
Unranked DJ Rekha’s favs from 2018

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